Object name: ARP094
Designation(s): ARP094, NGC3226, NGC3222,
Arp 94 is listed under Arp's category for spiral galaxies with elliptical galaxies on a arm. It is located less than a degree east of Gamma Leonis so is very easy to find and is about 68 million light-years away. It consists of two "big and bright" interacting galaxies; NGC 3226 to the north and 3227 to the south. The pair is quite easily seen in my 10" scope and likely a 6" should so them as well. Besides being in Arp's list they are also in the Herschel 400 list, another list I'm slowly trying to image so this one kills two birds with one image.
Related Designation(s):1XMM J102234.6+195317, 1XMM J102327.0+195354, 2MASS J10223446+1953140, 2MASS J10232700+1953547, 2MASX J10232701+1953543, 2MASXi J1022344+195313, 2MASXi J1023270+195354, 2XMM J102234.5+195315, 2XMM J102326.9+195354, 2XMMp J102234.5+195316, 2XMMp J102326.9+195354, ARP 094, ARP 094 NED01, ARP094, CGCG 094-018, CGCG 094-026, CGCG 1019.9+2007, CGCG 1020.7+2008, CXO J102327.01+195354.9, CXOU J102326.7+195407, ECO 08445, HDCE 0577 NED002, HOLM 187, HOLM 187B, KPG 234, KPG 234A, LDCE 0724 NED009, LGG 194:[G93] 008, LQAC 155+019 015, MCG +03-27-011, MCG +03-27-015, NGC 3222, NGC 3226, NGC 3226:[L2011a] X0001, NGC 3226:[LB2005] X01, NGC 3226:[RW2000] X-01, NGC 3227:[L2011a] X0001, NGC 3227:[R97] 07, NGC3222, NGC3226, NSA 137189, NSA 137219, PGC 030377, PGC 030440, SDSS J102234.48+195314.2, SDSS J102326.99+195354.6, SDSS J102326.99+195354.7, SSTSL2 J102326.99+195354.7, UGC 05610, UGC 05617, USGC U300 NED02, UZC J102234.5+195313, UZC J102326.9+195354, VV 209, VV 209b, [BEC2010] HRS 003, [BMR2009] 02, [GCP2006] A111, [GMM2009b] 19, [HU2001] J102327.0+195354, [M98j] 086 NED02, [VCV2001] J102327.0+195354, [VCV2006] J102327.0+195354,